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Cellular Communications [electronic resource] : A Comprehensive and Practical Guide.

Author/Creator:
Tripathi, Nishith.
Publication:
Hoboken : Wiley, 2014.
Series:
IEEE series on mobile & digital communication.
IEEE Series on Digital & Mobile Communication
Format/Description:
Book
1 online resource ( 1830 p.)
Subjects:
Wireless communication systems.
Personal communication service systems.
Cell phone systems.
Summary:
Even as newer cellular technologies and standards emerge, many of the fundamental principles and the components of the cellular network remain the same. Presenting a simple yet comprehensive view of cellular communications technologies, Cellular Communications provides an end-to-end perspective of cellular operations, ranging from physical layer details to call set-up and from the radio network to the core network. This self-contained source for practitioners and students represents a comprehensive survey of the fundamentals of cellular communications and the landscape of commercially deployed 2G and 3G technologies and provides a glimpse of emerging 4G technologies.
Contents:
Cover; Half Title page; Title page; Copyright page; Dedication; Preface; Acknowledgments; Part I: Fundamental Concepts of Cellular Communications; Chapter 1: Introduction to Cellular Communications; 1.1 Motivation for Cellular Communications; 1.2 The History of Wireless Communications and the Birth of a Cellular System; 1.3 Concepts of a Cellular System; 1.4 Concepts of Duplexing and Multiple Access; 1.5 Types of Interference; 1.6 Evolution of Cellular Standards; 1.7 Ecosystem of Cellular Systems; 1.8 Phases of a Cellular System; 1.9 Performance of Cellular Systems; 1.10 End-User Services
1.11 Points to RememberChapter 2: Elements of a Digital Communication System; 2.1 Overview of a Digital Cellular Communication System; 2.2 Transceiver Operations in a Digital Cellular System; 2.3 Information Bits: Construction at the Transmitter and Retrieval at the Receiver; 2.4 Forward Error Correction Coding and Decoding; 2.5 Interleaving and De-Interleaving; 2.6 Digital Modulation and Demodulation; 2.7 RF Processor Functions at the Transmitter and the Receiver; 2.8 Points to Remember; Chapter 3: Radio Frequency Propagation; 3.1 Radio Frequency Waves; 3.2 Free-Space Propagation
3.3 Cellular Propagation Mechanisms3.4 Prediction of Received Signal Strength; 3.5 Points to Remember; Chapter 4: IP and Associated Technologies for a Cellular System; 4.1 Why Internet Protocol? (Or, Perhaps, Why Not Internet Protocol?); 4.2 Protocol Stack for the Internet; 4.3 Routing and Forwarding of IP Packets; 4.4 Transport of Information within the Network Infrastructure; 4.5 Voice-Over-IP-Related Protocols; 4.6 A Potpourri of IP-Centric Protocols; 4.7 Essence of IPv6; 4.8 Points to Remember; Part II: 2G, 2.5G, and 3G Cellular Technologies; Chapter 5: Overview of GSM; 5.1 Introduction
5.2 GSM System Architecture5.3 Air-Interface Protocol Stack Between MS and BSS; 5.4 Radio Interface: Frame Structure and Channels; 5.5 Network Acquisition; 5.6 Voice Call Setup; 5.7 Mobility Management in Idle Mode; 5.8 Mobility Management in Active or Connected Mode; 5.9 Power Control; 5.10 Deployment Considerations; 5.11 Evolution of GSM; 5.12 Points to Remember; Chapter 6: GPRS and EDGE; 6.1 Introduction; 6.2 System Architecture; 6.3 MS-BSS Air-Interface Communications; 6.4 Radio Interface: Frame Structure and Channels; 6.5 Network Acquisition; 6.6 Packet Transfer in GPRS and EDGE
6.7 Mobility Management6.8 Deployment Considerations and Network Evolution; 6.9 Points to Remember; Chapter 7: Fundamentals of CDMA, WCDMA, and IS-95; 7.1 A Brief Introduction to CDMA, WCDMA, and IS-95; 7.2 CDMA or WCDMA: An Efficient Resource-Sharing Technique; 7.3 Characteristics of CDMA; 7.4 IS-95 System Architecture; 7.5 IS-95 MS-Radio-Network Communications: An Overview; 7.6 IS-95 Call Setup; 7.7 IS-95 Mobility Management; 7.8 IS-95 Power Control; 7.9 IS-95: Deployment, Evolution, and Enhancements; 7.10 Points to Remember; Chapter 8: CDMA2000 1x; 8.1 A Brief Overview of CDMA2000; 8.2 CDMA2000 1x Network Architecture
Notes:
Description based upon print version of record.
Electronic reproduction. Palo Alto, Calif. Available via World Wide Web.
Contributor:
Reed, Jeffrey H.
ebrary, Inc.
Other format:
Print version: Tripathi, Nishith Cellular Communications : A Comprehensive and Practical Guide
ISBN:
9781118956519
1118956516
Access Restriction:
Restricted for use by site license. Single-user access only.
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